Transportation of fuel

Delivery of petroleum products and fuel is a popular service that is required by enterprises of different directions. It is mainly used by companies from the industrial sector, timber processing plants, utilities, ship enterprises and organizations of the agro-industrial complex. But the service is especially popular among companies that solve problems related to the transportation of people or goods. For all these customers, it is important that the fuel is of high quality and delivered on time.

JSC Astanagaz KMG, a company operating in Kazakhstan, offers its customers favorable conditions for cooperation and purchase of various types of fuel. We are engaged in the delivery of petroleum products and work with any volume of purchases. In the assortment you will find the following types of petroleum products:

Diesel fuel of Euro 5 standards;
Petrol 92, 95 and 98 Euro 5;
Ultima Premium Fuels
Specialists of JSC Astanagaz KMG understand that the quality of fuel directly affects engine wear, and the better it is, the less you will have to spend on repairs. So that our customers do not worry about premature equipment failure, we offer only a proven product. Thanks to close cooperation with reliable manufacturers for a long time, we are confident that our fuel will not harm even the most demanding equipment. 

Our company takes maximum care of wholesalers. Fuel delivery is carried out by own transport to motor transport hubs, sea and river vessels, as well as to private consumers who use diesel fuel for their own needs. The company is financially responsible for the entrusted cargo until the very moment of transfer to the recipient.

JSC Astanagaz KMG provides services for the delivery of petroleum products globally. Our company has a wealth of experience in the field of transportation. We have our own fleet of European-made vehicles, such as SCANIA and VOLVO, and tank semi-trailers ranging in volume from 7 m3 to 32 m3. Our staff consists of highly qualified drivers who have been trained and have valid permits.

Thanks to our reputation, experience, professionalism and flexible approach to each client, we provide high-quality services in the modern market of transportation of petroleum products. 

Shipment Operation via Caspian Pipeline

Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) is a major international oil transportation project with the participation of Russia, Kazakhstan and leading international oil and gas companies, created for construction and operation of a trunk pipeline more than1.5 thousand kilometers long.

The primary source of oil is from prolific fields in Western Kazakhstan with additional crude oil from Russian producers. This oil is transported through the CPC pipeline to the Company’s Marine Terminal in Yuzhnaya Ozereevka (Novorossiysk) where the oil is loaded on ocean going tankers for further delivery to the world markets.

Caspian Pipeline loaded the first tanker at the Marine Terminal on October 13, 2001.

In total, from 2001 through 09 January 2022, 766,973,131 net tons of crude oil were delivered to world markets via the Tengiz-Novorossiysk pipeline system. 668,967,665 tons of that crude came from Kazakhstan and 98,005,466 tons of crude was produced in Russia. The total number of tankers handled over that period has amounted to 7,246.

CPC is the largest international oil transportation project with participation of Russia, Kazakhstan and world's leading producer companies, which was established for construction and operation of the trunk oil pipeline more than 1,500 km long.

The CPC pipeline system mainly collects crude oil from large oil fields of West Kazakhstan, as well as crude oil from Russian producers.

On July 17, 1992, the Republic of Kazakhstan and Sultanate of Oman signed an agreement on establishment of Caspian Pipeline. In a month, the Russian Federation joined the agreement parties. In 1996, the project was joined by 8 private shareholders representing the interests of world’s major oil producer companies from seven countries.

Construction of the pipeline infrastructure began in 1999. The pipeline construction groundbreaking ceremony was held near Yuzhnaya Ozereevka on May 12, 1999. Pipeline linefilling with oil from Tengiz Fields, Kazakhstan, began in March 2001, and on October 13 of the same year CPC loaded the first tanker at its terminal located near Yuzhnaya Ozereevka.

In 2004, receipts of Russian oil in the CPC system began at Kropotkin PS, Krasnodar Krai, and by the middle of the same year CPC reached the full design capacity of the initial construction project, 28.2 MMTA.

In December 2009, the shareholders approved the plan of expanding the capacity of CPC trunk pipeline up to 67 MMTA, which included an array of organizational, technical, financial and commercial matters.

Nowadays, Caspian Pipeline is the most important oil transportation route in the Caspian – Black Sea Region.